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The General Osteopathic Council (Continuing Professional Development) (Amendment) Rules Order of Council 2018

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3.  For rule 3 (CPD year, first CPD year and transitional CPD year: definitions) of the Principal Rules, substitute—

CPD period: the first CPD period and any later three year CPD period

3.(1) Paragraph (2) applies to an osteopath whose name is first registered or restored to the register on or after 1st October 2018.

(2) In relation to an osteopath to whom this paragraph applies—

(a)the first CPD period is the period beginning with the date on which his name was registered or restored to the register, and ending on the next CPD end date (in these Rules referred to as “the first CPD period”); and

(b)any subsequent CPD period is a period of three years starting on the day immediately following the day on which his preceding CPD period ended and ending on the CPD end date (in these Rules referred to as “a later three year CPD period”).

(3) Paragraph (4) applies to an osteopath whose name is already registered on 1st October 2018.

(4) In relation to an osteopath to whom this paragraph applies that osteopath’s CPD period is a period of three years starting on the day immediately following the day on which his preceding CPD period ends and ending on the CPD end date (in these Rules referred to as “a later three year CPD period”)..

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